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Live Reporting

By Thomas Duncan

All times stated are UK

  1. 'It was long overdue' - Stewart

    FT: Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Aberdeen's match-winner Greg Stewart to BT Sport on his goal: "It was long overdue. It's a tight league this year- it's so competitive. We've got the result so it's up to Kilmarnock now."

    On where he'll be playing his football next season: "I just want to finish the season strong here, and the summer will take care of itself. I just want to focus on getting that third place."

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    FT: Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: We didn't see too much from Greg Stewart but then he came up with that special finish. If that is to be his last hurrah at Pittodire, then it's a good way to do it.
  3. Can Killie respond?

    FT: Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Willie Miller

    Former Aberdeen defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Hearts fought right to the end but Aberdeen had the class and got the goals. Aberdeen deserved it - can Kilmarnock respond?
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    FT: Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    That's only Aberdeen's second home win of 2019.

    Greg Stewart's superb finish clinches victory, after Bobby Burns equalised for Hearts.

    It was Lewis Ferguson who smashed Aberdeen in front initially. All that came after the break. The less said about the first 45, the better.

    Greg Stewart
  5. FULL-TIME- Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    A precious win for Aberdeen in the race for Europe. Over to you, Kilmarnock.

    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts
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    Aberdeen 2-1 Kilmarnock

    One minute left, can Aberdeen hold on?

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Tyrone Smith

    BBC Scotland

    Joe Lewis probably should have walked for that challenge on Steven MacLean. In fact, there are tackles flying in all over the place in what is proving to be very feisty end to the game.

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Steven MacLean picks up a booking now for an arm on Scott McKenna. Not many who haven't been booked tonight. 40 fouls, the stats say. Yes, 40.

    Three minutes to be added.

  9. PENALTY APPEAL

    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Wow.

    Steven MacLean charges through on goal, he nicks it round Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis and goes down. Referee Bobby Madden says it's a free-kick outside the box and a yellow card.

    Lucky boy. He made contact with MacLean there. Sean Clare smashes the free-kick high and wide.

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    I doubt the irony of Greg Stewart scoring a goal that could deny Kilmarnock European football, will not be lost on Killie boss Steve Clarke.

    The forward spent the first half of the season at Rugby Park on loan.

  11. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Greg Stewart fashions a chance but volleys it wide. He might have left that one for Sam Cosgrove who was in a better position to hit it. The potential match-winner then departs. Stevie May is on for Aberdeen.

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    And, it's into the wall by Greg Stewart.

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Clevid Dikamona then gets booked for a foul on Dominic Ball. Then Connor Smith is pinged for a foul on the edge of his own box.

    Dangerous free-kick here for Aberdeen.

  14. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Ooft, Clevid Dikamona heads on to the roof of the net. Let off for Aberdeen.

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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's not even a good strike, it's a top strike. He just steps on to it. What a wonderful finish
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    Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Willie Miller

    Former Aberdeen defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: That's the Greg Stewart that we know.
  17. GOAL- Aberdeen 2-1 Hearts

    Greg Stewart

    Yes, is the answer.

    Another great cross comes in, I think, by James Wilson. The ball's cut back to Stewart and he smashes it past Colin Doyle. Lovely play.

    Aberdeen goal
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    Aberdeen 1-1 Hearts

    15 to play, is there a twist left in this one?

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    Aberdeen 1-1 Hearts

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It's Lowe again. It's a magnificent ball across. Brilliant play
  20. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 1-1 Hearts

    One again, it's Max Lowe doing the damage for Aberdeen. His cross comes off Connor Shaughnessy and Colin Doyle reacts brilliantly to prevent the own-goal.